The cell phones are considered a very personal device. Therefore, its security is of utmost concern. A lot of confidential information like phone contacts, text messages, photos and videos, etc can be at stake of leakage or vulnerable to any unauthorized access.
Jun 25 2014, 11:28am CDT
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Jailbreak refers to freeing something from confinement. In this case, it’s your iPhone; Apple’s restrictions on App Store content, iOS customization, and personal privacy protection are huge downsides to owning an iPhone.
Apr 7 2014, 2:52am CDT
Are you an iPhone lover or an Apple lover in general, and could never imagine life without your Apple product? You may love these products more than life itself, but Androids will always have something Apple do not (without the applicable update, of course) – customization.
Mar 16 2014, 4:03pm CDT
Source: SC Magazine
A recently released jailbreaking tool for iOS 7.1 could be used by attackers to compromise iPhones and iPads, mobile resear ...
Full article at: SC Magazine
Jun 27 2014, 1:39pm CDT
Some reports have revealed that Google plans to ditch the Nexus family of devices next year and replace it with an Android Silver line that would consist of high-end devices running a stock Android version, much like Google Play Edition devices. Moreover, a report claimed a Nexus 6 would not be launched this year, somewhat further backed up by LG, which recently denied plans to build such a device for Google this year. However, Google head of Android engineering and the Nexus program at Google t ...
Full article at: BGR
Jun 27 2014, 6:45am CDT
Android is renowned for having their users’ information hacked into and stolen. While a lot of the phones using the Android software are wonderful, and some of the best phones on the market; you do not want to compromise your safety and identity for something new and flashy.
Mar 10 2014, 1:59am CDT
Source: Ars Technica
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Google today announced "Android One," a new type of phone that is similar to Nexus devices in that all of the software comes directly from Google. This will help eliminate the bloatware that plagues a fair number of Android phones made by third parties.
Android One was described as a reference platform to help OEMs build high-quality, affordable ph ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
Jun 25 2014, 11:33am CDT
Android and iOS are both amazing mobile platforms that have room for improvement. Many people feel that one platform trumps the other. But, is it really like that? Is one really better than the other?
Feb 24 2014, 4:43am CST